Nyewood Ponds


Harting, Hampshire, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

The body of water known as Nyewood Waters is made up of two ponds, each of which is roughly 2 acres in size. Harting, Hampshire is home to the Petersfield Angling Club’s club water, which is managed by the city.

The Nyewood top pond is only four feet deep and is surrounded by trees that hang over the edge. Carp, Tench, Perch, Specimen Roach, Rudd, Bream, and Eels are the fish found there. It is not challenging to fish in this body of water, and even an average outing will result in a significant catch.

Six feet deep, with overhanging trees, Nyewood Bottom Pond hosts a wide variety of fish, including Specimen Perch and Specimen Roach, as well as Carp and Ghost Carp. It is also simple to fish in this body of water, as evidenced by the large weights of fish, up to and including double-digit carp on a typical outing.

What size do the fish go to?

Mirror Carp: 24lb, Common Carp: 24lb, Perch: 4lb+

What tactics work well?

Fishing rod

Barbless or microbarbed hooks only

Boilies can be used as hookbait, 10mm Max

No braid of any form to be used! Unless for lure fishing

What facilities are on site?

Disabled access

Is parking available?

Yes, parking is available.

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